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Item 09T14

Jointer Blade Hone, Aluminum Oxide

$15.99

Ships on March 29, 2017

Keep your jointer and planer knives razor sharp and knick-free without ever removing them from the cutterhead! Simply unplug your machine, lock the cutterhead in position, align the 4" hone on the...

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Keep your jointer and planer knives razor sharp and knick-free without ever removing them from the cutterhead! Simply unplug your machine, lock the cutterhead in position, align the 4" hone on the knife edge and with a few quick strokes you're back to cutting. Aluminum oxide hone has 180 and 400 grit surfaces and should be lubricated with oil prior to use. Not recommended for portable planers with disposable knives. Diamond hone also available (Woodcraft #123679).



  • Aluminum oxide jointer blade hone


  • 180- and 400-grit surfaces should be lubricated with oil prior to use


  • Keep jointer and planer knives sharp without removing them from cutterhead


  • Diamond hone also available (Woodcraft #123679)


  • Not recommended for portable planers with disposable knives


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2.33 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    I was dead wrong and stupid!!!

    I gave an unfair and totally incorrect appraisal of this tool last Spring. Not paying attention to the name of the device, I tried to sharpen my planer blades, enter stupidity. The name of the tool indicates it is for a jointer, not a planer, DUH!!! A little while ago, I was computer searching for a way to sharpen jointer blades and the WC ad for this tool appeared. I swiftly kicked myself in the rear section and got out the sharpener. Using the photo showing how it is positioned on the blades, I sharpened the JOINTER blades to perfection and finally got rid of snipe. My apologies to WC and my Lenexa store.

  2. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    Save your money

    I bought this thing today (4/15/13) at the Kansas City store for my Delta 12 1/2" planer purchased at WC about ten years ago. It does not fit my blade set-up and there is no information how to use the "tool". I tried the best I could to make it work and found there is no way to steady the stones according to the angles of the chippers and knives. Further, it is not possible to make contact with the ends of the knives because the housing of the machine blocks it. You will not find anything on the internet about how to use it. My regret is I tried to get it to work and rendered it not returnable but I'll try. WC will send your knives for sharpening at a cost far less than any sharpening device. WC should take the thing off the market or at least post an advisory regarding it's uselesness on a Delta 12 1/2". Bradkansas

  3. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    mostly junk and useless

    Product does not work. Directions are vaugue. A waste of money. Not worth keeping.

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